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Preserving the Amazon, the world’s largest tropical rainforest, is vital to regulating the Earth’s climate and curbing runway climate change because its trees absorb vast amounts of carbon dioxide, the main driver of global warming.

A lack of clear laws and Classic Litrature guidelines about how indigenous communities should participate in decisions made about what happens on their lands is often a key source of conflict between them, the government and extractive companies.

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Lasso, an ex-banker who took office in May 2021, issued two decrees in his first days in office meant to facilitate the development of oil blocks and attract billions of dollars in foreign investment for mining and oil projects.

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Alexandra Narvaez, the Cofan guard’s first woman member and a winner of the 2022 Goldman Environmental Prize, said the group has come across makeshift mining camps with heavy excavating machinery as well.

There are always families who want to negotiate. They don’t see the life they will suffer later,» Nihua said. «The oil companies speak to two or three families at a time and offer them money to get permission to enter their lands.

Since 2018, Ecuador’s top court has ruled in favour of the Cofan and another indigenous group — the Waorani living in the eastern Amazon province of Pastaza — as they seek to block development projects on their land.

Such legal victories could be a foothold for communities across the wider Amazon basin living in territories rich in oil and minerals as South American governments seek to open up more of the forest to development to boost their battered economies.

«We’ve said no to oil. We’ve resisted against the government and extractive companies,» said Silvana Nihua, president of the Waorani Organization of Pastaza (OWAP), as the noisy mating calls of cicadas pulsated from the forest surrounding a riverside village.

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